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The depressing thing about Sunday was that you have Hamilton, one of the most scrappy and talented drivers in F1 catching Vettel, the current hotshot, and you just know that when he catches him, unless there is some kind of technical problem, he'll just have to follow him around. In bike racing, if there were the same situation, there's going to be some heavy duty action - it's what makes races exciting. Sunday again showed that F1 cars are very specifically and expensively designed not to be able to race with racing being defined as the better pilot on the day being able to express themselves on track and pass a rival. The first thing that needs to happen is that all the little men with laptops in the pits need to be lined up and shot!